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movie review
A series of random, disconnected scenes which have no purpose other than highlight the comic-macho persona of Bhai
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The playwright and web editor of Caravan magazine, on his play Trivial Disasters
chennai restaurant
‘Style, Sizzle and Savour’. Chennai’s Bombay Brasserie wins on all three counts.
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
Business in bitesizes
Cover Story
Brace up for an online war. The goldmine that is e-commerce is also a political landmine.
“A Lot Of Opportunity Is Waiting To Be Tapped In Tier 1 And 2 Markets”
The co-founder & CEO of Flipkart, took questions from Outlook
Outlook Interviews Sachin Bansal
“Our Organic Strategy Is Working Very Well Now In India, We’ll Scale Up Our Range”
Hours after Amazon’s $2 bn investment announcement, VP & country head, Amazon India, spoke to Outlook
Outlook Interviews Amit Agarwal
Spare A Thought For The Foodcourt
Can burgeoning e-retail stifle malls? Unlikely, say experts.
Pragya Singh
Finally, India Clicks
A short history of e-tail: from Rediff’s earliest attempts to now
Ajit Balakrishnan
They could be a ready template for a centre-right option
The BJP’s plan to restructure India is now well in place
j&k: rehabilitating pandits
Kashmir rejects NDA ‘charity’ of rehabilitating displaced Pandits in separate enclaves
j&k: rehabilitating pandits
The Long Hurt Won’t Go Away
The Pandits want a Union territory of their own
Ashutosh Sharma
states: borders
Kannada or Marathi? The Belgaum issue flares up again but are the people up for it?
controversy: maruti murder
Some 147 workers, arrested after the 2012 Maruti plant violence and death, are still languishing in jail. Why can’t they get bail?
Dharmanand Kosambi and other Goa saints
education: saffronisation
Myth and epic are being introduced as fact into school curricula of states
education: saffronisation
Guru Dronacharya Station: Doors To Open On The Right
Yellapragada Sudershan Rao and Dinanath Batra have plenty in common. For one, both have the blessing of India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi.
uttar pradesh: controversy
Sanjay Singh’s past returns to haunt him, in the form of his first wife
Arts & Entertainment
films: mollywood
English titles invade Mallu flicks? What fresh horror is this?
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Queen’s Gambit
Why is the Malayali thinking more in the saayip’s tongue, at least when it comes to movie names?
Sasi Nair
features: profile/excerpt
K. Natwar Singh: imaginative and impeccable; a boss, yet a sport; a grand wit. His autobiography can be his final testimony, a redemptive fling, even a parting shot.
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